Radio & Television

Commission revokes two Quebec radio station licences

By Steve Faguy MONTREAL — The CRTC decided today it has had enough of the long history non-compliance from two Quebec radio stations and refused to renew their licenses, ordering them to cease broadcasting by Aug. 31. The decisions released Friday affect CJMS 1040 AM, a country music station licensed to the Montreal suburb of Saint-Constant, and CFOR-FM 99.3, a rock station in Maniwaki, a small town north of Gatineau. In both cases, the Commission cited the stations' repeated failure to comply with their conditions of licence and said it had little confidence that they would comply with them in...

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